multiple vs. a 17% premium for the S&P 500. The Straits Times was about flat in 2013, the worst performance among 24 developed markets tracked by Bloomberg. Its 5.5% gain YTD places it 14th. EWS +0.4% premarket Post your comment!
Gainers: GAZ +4.98% . TAN +4.56% . UNG +4.45% . XHB +2.81% . GDX +2.21% . Losers: EWY -2.17% . EWJ -2.09% . PSLV -1.95% . EWS -1.92% . DBA -1.73% . 1 comment!
the Singapore stock market, we feel that EWS ' expense ratio of 0.47% is on the high ..... assets. Suitability IShares MSCI Singapore EWS has a heavy exposure to financials and industrial ..... that invest in international equities, EWS does not hedge its foreign-currency exposure
can you check to find out why there is still no data in most of the fields on the Ratings & Risk pages for the Singapore etf EWS ? It disappeared in September (at least that's when I first noticed it) and seven months later, is still missing. I've
Opinions appreciated on these. Next dip in Asia I plan to buy; will defer reasons/ analysis to another thread. Both funds own about 30 stocks, mainly from the STI. The CEF charges 3x the expense; it has a constant -10% discount yet has a much smaller yield than the ETF, which is odd. Aberdeen
EWS has been missing ratings and up-down capture figures going back at least a month. The Sharpe/Sortino/S.D. field has data
IBEX35 -4.9% for the week]. One advisor muses, buy thick mattresses. Pg M7, Asia: Singapore stocks have been lagging, EWS +13% in 2012 [vs. Thai THD +29% , Philippines EPHE +45% ]. This is due to a shift in policy from high-growth, high
more venturesome, there is emerging-market DEM (4% yield), Spain EWP (10% yield!; payout 100%+!!), Singapore EWS (3.6% yield; +25% YTD), Turkey TUR (2.1% yield; +39% YTD). Pg 36: The great recession of 2008-09 ended in
iShares S&P Global Technology Sector Index Fund (IXN) iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (EWG) iShares MSCI Singapore Index Fund ( EWS ) Tail Risk #1 Loss of confidence in US. Long-term rates go up Equities Intermediate- and long
Rougemont submits: Just after the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear crisis unfolded in Japan, I wrote about some stocks and ETFs that could benefit from the changing headlines in Japan. You can read that article here . Every single stock and ETF mentioned in that article is higher now. That shows ...